New Jersey Remains on Pace as Nevada’s Online Gambling Delays Continue
Nevada may have been the first in the United States to legalize and regulate online gambling, several delays have caused the holdup of integration, and now New Jersey may be the first to set a debut for online casinos.
Apparently, regulators have been preparing themselves to handle the issue of internet gambling for some time in New Jersey, while Nevada is just not taking a look at the problems that might occur within the internet world.
Nevada seems to be taking an overly-cautious approach to online gambling regulations, which is causing a serious hold up of launching its online poker casinos, even though Las Vegas is the world’s gambling and casino capital. If New Jersey manages to pass legislation allowing online gambling and launches a full scale, real money gambling website in one gambling year, then consumers in Nevada are going to have some tough questions for the NJ regulators and operators.
As 2013 begins drawing to a close, Nevada could easily be facing a situation where they are only one of a growing number of states with live online casino games. This would may put a dent in the state’s revenue, even if other states allow its residents only to gamble on their sites.
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